Fostex

Fostex

Fostex

American Music & Sound (AM&S) is a leading independent distributor of Pro Audio, Music Creation, and Musical Instrument products from the world's finest manufacturers. Headquartered in Agoura Hills, California, with additional locations in New York and Memphis, AM&S believes in promoting the strength of the individual brands first and foremost, and as a distributor of several complementary brands, we are in a position to add value in many ways.

Wide Variety of Quality Fostex Studio Headphones

Why should you use Studio Headphones.

A good pair of Fostex Studio Headphones is a must for any producer making music in their home studio, especially when other rooms and buildings closely surround the studio. On many occasions when I need to work early in the morning, I have used my pair of headphones. It just isn't practical to use studio monitors during this time of night, especially when you are trying to be as quiet and less noisy as possible. Also, you probably don't want your neighbors to hear you either. There could also be a time when your neighbors may be renovating their house or apartment, but you'd like to do a little mixing but don't want to be bothersome, so you need to cut out external noise as much as possible. During these situations, having a good pair of headphones can prove very useful. There are two specific reasons for using a pair of Fostex headphones, sometimes called monitor headphones. Because you monitor while you record mixing, and you monitor during recording. When you are recording, with either a vocal take or an instrument inside your studio, the vocalist or musician will need to hear what has already been recorded so that they can sing or play in sync with the rest of the track or audio file. So, playing the guide track through the studio monitors wouldn't be as great of an option because the recording microphone would pick up the noise coming from the monitor and ruin the take. This is where having a great pair of studio headphones come in. If you want to record a couple of musicians at the same time every one of them must have separate headphones, then you must use a headphone amplifier. The most common amps enable you to have up to four outputs, allowing four pairs of studio headphones to be in use at the same time. The first thing that you want to emphasize here is that it isn't always the best idea to mix a complete track through a pair of studio headphones. The music and sound that we hear through a pair of headphones are extremely different than what we would hear coming from a pair of studio monitors. The sound you hear coming from a pair of Fostex headphones is traveling into your ears at a much closer proximity than what a pair of studio monitors would. The sound that leaves the studio monitors can be playing at a volume much higher than headphones and also interacting with the environment that surrounds the studio, all of which changing much of what you would be hearing. You will find out often, that id you usually mix with a pair of studio headphones, the result will sound great, but will sound a little different than what you were expecting when it is played through the studio monitors. In actuality, the result could be so different than you'd imagine, and you might find yourself starting the take from scratch, all over again. When I began to learn how to mix, I remember I had been trying to finish a few mixes using only a pair of headphones instead using studio monitors. As one would expect, I had to change all the work I had completed with the Fostex headphones, because the results from the finished take were nowhere as great enough than what you would get from studio monitors. This was an experience that some people must learn the harder way. Using studio headphones can be very beneficial during mixing though on some occasions. They can be used to hear the much finer details, and to hear if the sound you heard from the monitors is just as good through the Fostex headphones. Most music during these days are much more to be heard through headphones anyways, so you might as well check your mixes through them. Probably the hardest part to finding the perfect set of headphones for yourself is figuring out if you should get open-back or closed-back. When looking at studio headphones, you will notice they come in two variations, each one having their features. What the difference between Open-back and Closed-back headphones? When it comes to open-back headphones, they will sound way more natural, because they allow sound from the environment around you to come in. Nevertheless, having them "open" also means that noise from the headphones can leak out, which in most cases can cause many problems during recording. Will mostly occur as an issue for vocalists because they usually stand closer to the recording microphone during their take. Closed-back headphones are an entirely different story. These headphones will isolate the ears of whoever listens, meaning they will block most if not all sound from the environment around you, not allowing any sound to enter. Also saying that the sound that's coming through the headphones won't be heard from outside them. So you can better be suited for monitoring as the sound leaks are much less with closed-back headphones. Should you record with expensive studios? Are you a vocalist, or even a musician that needs to record your work but don't have the money to buy fancy recording equipment? Then maybe you should just use your iPhone! There are various opportunities for you to explore. The IOS There are so many possibilities to explore! The iOS operating system presents the most potent option for musicians wishing to create their music on a mobile device. Because of Apple making IOS only available to a particular set of devices, the company has much more control on handling software and even hardware issues. MIDI controllers and keyboards are a few examples. The App store within IOS provides the biggest marketplace for music applications for mobile devices. Many of their available apps are free. Even though the cost of buying an IPad or IPhone can be very expensive, the cost to make your device a great music workstation is pretty small. Now let's go over many of the great things you can achieve with an iPhone or iPad. One of the best features of using an IPhone or IPad is that its mobile, meaning you can play your music anywhere. The devices come with powerful onboard WI-FI/wireless data connections and onboard memory, and can also travel with you easily, providing you with immediate access to have access to all your data. Whereas an at home studio would require you to buy an external storage and a device that can play from that storage like a laptop. With the iPhone being mobile you can carry all of these devices with you in your pocket: ● Piano ● Sampler ● Drum machine/sequencer ● Modular synthesizer ● DJ equipment ● Guitar/bass amp ● Effects pedals ● Even you entire sheet music collection This list being just a sample list shows how amazing it could be to use your iPhone as your studio. The only limitation that you will come across is the size of your iPhone's storage, the size of your screen (sometimes having a larger screen can be very helpful, especially if you're older and need a bigger screen to read music), and how much data you get with your cellular carrier. It is super convenient to rather carrier all these items in your phone than carting it all around in a much larger motorized vehicle, and then a cart for when you are showing off. Having a larger screen such as the IPad can benefit you in using the apps that have a lot of smaller controls (such as switches or knobs). An example being that some great synthesizers or virtual mixers use a lot of controls that might need a bigger screen size so that you have better access to using these controls. Especially if you were to be performing live, you would not want a smaller screen size to mess up your entire performance. A lot of musicians won't be working in the cleanest and most sterile of environments, so it's probably best that you buy a case for your iPhone, to protect your investment. Just try not to buy too much of a large case that won't allow you to connect specialized hardware to it that will help with in the making of your music. You might even want to make it much cheaper by getting one of the older phones such as the iPhone 4s and buying an audio interface. Is there anything that can make the audio sound better? A good idea would be getting the Fostex Fostex AR-4i Audio/video/Mic Interface for the iPhone 4s, drastically improving the sound quality of your recordings captured on your device. The Fostex AR-4i Audio Interface help give your iPhone an excellent quality stereo audio recording by using the dock connector and a built-in AD/DA converter. What this does is allows features like LED input level metering, headphone monitoring, and even gain control. Being that the AR-4i is battery powered, and not powered by your iPhone, your will have much more time to use your equipment. The AR-4i will last a generous eight to ten hours or continuous operation time. It comes with two threaded tripod mounts, offering a broad compatibility with a tripod mounts, a camera rig, and also a cold shoe that allows it to accept many third party camera options. The best part about the Fostex AR-4i Audio Interface is that it's easy to use. There is a dedicated, very simple app available on the App Store that gives you full control with your iPhone 4s. Once you have it downloaded, you have the opportunity to change your microphone setting, filters, equalization, and input level. The audio quality that you'll receive from the AR-4i is very versatile and is a fantastic option for your professional recordings. Now it isn't just for those who want to record for performances either; it is perfect for use for the use of Television and radio reporting. Good for performing live streams to the internet, or even recording in your home for your high quality home videos if you'd like to upload to different sites like YouTube or Vimeo. It is also a great accessory for if you regularly stream to Facebook, or Twitter, making your popular uploads have much better sound quality and looking much more professional. • Fostex Fostex AR-4i Audio/video/Mic Interface for iPhone 4, 4s iPod Touch 4G • Fostex AR101 USB Powered Audio Interface • Fostex AR101L Audio Interface with Lightening Connector For iPhone 5/6 • Fostex AR101L RED Audio Interface with Lightening Connector For iPhone 5/6 • Dekoni Audio Fostex TH900 Elite Sheepskin Replacement Memory Foam Ear Pad Set

 

• Fostex T20RP MK3 Professional Studio Open Back Headphones Refurbished B1 • Fostex T20RP MK3 Professional Studio Open Back Headphones Refurbished B2 • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer - OPEN BOX • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer -USED- • Fostex Audiophile TH900 TH-900 Premium Headphones Manufacturer Refurbished • Fostex Audiophile TH900 TH-900 Premium Headphones Manufacturer Refurbished • Fostex Audiophile TH900 TH-900 Premium Headphones Manufacturer Refurbished • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer - SHIPS FROM USA • Fostex T40RP MK3 Professional Studio Closed Back Headphones Refurbished B1 • Fostex T40RP MK3 Professional Studio Closed Back Headphones Refurbished B2 • Fostex T50-RP Hi-Fidelity Pro Headphones, Detachable/Lock Cable • Fostex T50-RP Hi-Fidelity Pro Headphones, Detachable/Lock Cable - REFURBISHED • Fostex T50RP MK3 Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex T50RP MK3 B1 Refurbished Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex T50RP MK3 B1 Refurbished Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex T50RP MK3 B3 Refurbished Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex TH-500RP Orthodynamic Fully open Headphones • Fostex TH-600 Premium Reference Headphones • Fostex TH-600 Premium Reference Headphones - OPEN BOX • Fostex TH-500RP Orthodynamic Fully open Headphones - Manufacturer Refurbished • FOSTEX TH610 Premium Reference Headphone • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand - MANUFACTURER REFURBISHED • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand - MANUFACTURER REFURBISHED - B2 • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand - MANUFACTURER REFURBISHED - B3 • Fostex TR-70 80 Ohm Open back Dynamic Professional Monitoring Headphones • Fostex TR-80 80 Ohm Closed back Dynamic Professional Monitoring Headphones • Fostex TR-90 250 Ohm Semi-Open back Dynamic Professional Monitoring Headphones FOSTEX • TH610 Premium Reference Headphone Refurbished B1

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Fostex

American Music & Sound (AM&S) is a leading independent distributor of Pro Audio, Music Creation, and Musical Instrument products from the world's finest manufacturers. Headquartered in Agoura Hills, California, with additional locations in New York and Memphis, AM&S believes in promoting the strength of the individual brands first and foremost, and as a distributor of several complementary brands, we are in a position to add value in many ways.

Wide Variety of Quality Fostex Studio Headphones

Why should you use Studio Headphones.

A good pair of Fostex Studio Headphones is a must for any producer making music in their home studio, especially when other rooms and buildings closely surround the studio. On many occasions when I need to work early in the morning, I have used my pair of headphones. It just isn't practical to use studio monitors during this time of night, especially when you are trying to be as quiet and less noisy as possible. Also, you probably don't want your neighbors to hear you either. There could also be a time when your neighbors may be renovating their house or apartment, but you'd like to do a little mixing but don't want to be bothersome, so you need to cut out external noise as much as possible. During these situations, having a good pair of headphones can prove very useful. There are two specific reasons for using a pair of Fostex headphones, sometimes called monitor headphones. Because you monitor while you record mixing, and you monitor during recording. When you are recording, with either a vocal take or an instrument inside your studio, the vocalist or musician will need to hear what has already been recorded so that they can sing or play in sync with the rest of the track or audio file. So, playing the guide track through the studio monitors wouldn't be as great of an option because the recording microphone would pick up the noise coming from the monitor and ruin the take. This is where having a great pair of studio headphones come in. If you want to record a couple of musicians at the same time every one of them must have separate headphones, then you must use a headphone amplifier. The most common amps enable you to have up to four outputs, allowing four pairs of studio headphones to be in use at the same time. The first thing that you want to emphasize here is that it isn't always the best idea to mix a complete track through a pair of studio headphones. The music and sound that we hear through a pair of headphones are extremely different than what we would hear coming from a pair of studio monitors. The sound you hear coming from a pair of Fostex headphones is traveling into your ears at a much closer proximity than what a pair of studio monitors would. The sound that leaves the studio monitors can be playing at a volume much higher than headphones and also interacting with the environment that surrounds the studio, all of which changing much of what you would be hearing. You will find out often, that id you usually mix with a pair of studio headphones, the result will sound great, but will sound a little different than what you were expecting when it is played through the studio monitors. In actuality, the result could be so different than you'd imagine, and you might find yourself starting the take from scratch, all over again. When I began to learn how to mix, I remember I had been trying to finish a few mixes using only a pair of headphones instead using studio monitors. As one would expect, I had to change all the work I had completed with the Fostex headphones, because the results from the finished take were nowhere as great enough than what you would get from studio monitors. This was an experience that some people must learn the harder way. Using studio headphones can be very beneficial during mixing though on some occasions. They can be used to hear the much finer details, and to hear if the sound you heard from the monitors is just as good through the Fostex headphones. Most music during these days are much more to be heard through headphones anyways, so you might as well check your mixes through them. Probably the hardest part to finding the perfect set of headphones for yourself is figuring out if you should get open-back or closed-back. When looking at studio headphones, you will notice they come in two variations, each one having their features. What the difference between Open-back and Closed-back headphones? When it comes to open-back headphones, they will sound way more natural, because they allow sound from the environment around you to come in. Nevertheless, having them "open" also means that noise from the headphones can leak out, which in most cases can cause many problems during recording. Will mostly occur as an issue for vocalists because they usually stand closer to the recording microphone during their take. Closed-back headphones are an entirely different story. These headphones will isolate the ears of whoever listens, meaning they will block most if not all sound from the environment around you, not allowing any sound to enter. Also saying that the sound that's coming through the headphones won't be heard from outside them. So you can better be suited for monitoring as the sound leaks are much less with closed-back headphones. Should you record with expensive studios? Are you a vocalist, or even a musician that needs to record your work but don't have the money to buy fancy recording equipment? Then maybe you should just use your iPhone! There are various opportunities for you to explore. The IOS There are so many possibilities to explore! The iOS operating system presents the most potent option for musicians wishing to create their music on a mobile device. Because of Apple making IOS only available to a particular set of devices, the company has much more control on handling software and even hardware issues. MIDI controllers and keyboards are a few examples. The App store within IOS provides the biggest marketplace for music applications for mobile devices. Many of their available apps are free. Even though the cost of buying an IPad or IPhone can be very expensive, the cost to make your device a great music workstation is pretty small. Now let's go over many of the great things you can achieve with an iPhone or iPad. One of the best features of using an IPhone or IPad is that its mobile, meaning you can play your music anywhere. The devices come with powerful onboard WI-FI/wireless data connections and onboard memory, and can also travel with you easily, providing you with immediate access to have access to all your data. Whereas an at home studio would require you to buy an external storage and a device that can play from that storage like a laptop. With the iPhone being mobile you can carry all of these devices with you in your pocket: ● Piano ● Sampler ● Drum machine/sequencer ● Modular synthesizer ● DJ equipment ● Guitar/bass amp ● Effects pedals ● Even you entire sheet music collection This list being just a sample list shows how amazing it could be to use your iPhone as your studio. The only limitation that you will come across is the size of your iPhone's storage, the size of your screen (sometimes having a larger screen can be very helpful, especially if you're older and need a bigger screen to read music), and how much data you get with your cellular carrier. It is super convenient to rather carrier all these items in your phone than carting it all around in a much larger motorized vehicle, and then a cart for when you are showing off. Having a larger screen such as the IPad can benefit you in using the apps that have a lot of smaller controls (such as switches or knobs). An example being that some great synthesizers or virtual mixers use a lot of controls that might need a bigger screen size so that you have better access to using these controls. Especially if you were to be performing live, you would not want a smaller screen size to mess up your entire performance. A lot of musicians won't be working in the cleanest and most sterile of environments, so it's probably best that you buy a case for your iPhone, to protect your investment. Just try not to buy too much of a large case that won't allow you to connect specialized hardware to it that will help with in the making of your music. You might even want to make it much cheaper by getting one of the older phones such as the iPhone 4s and buying an audio interface. Is there anything that can make the audio sound better? A good idea would be getting the Fostex Fostex AR-4i Audio/video/Mic Interface for the iPhone 4s, drastically improving the sound quality of your recordings captured on your device. The Fostex AR-4i Audio Interface help give your iPhone an excellent quality stereo audio recording by using the dock connector and a built-in AD/DA converter. What this does is allows features like LED input level metering, headphone monitoring, and even gain control. Being that the AR-4i is battery powered, and not powered by your iPhone, your will have much more time to use your equipment. The AR-4i will last a generous eight to ten hours or continuous operation time. It comes with two threaded tripod mounts, offering a broad compatibility with a tripod mounts, a camera rig, and also a cold shoe that allows it to accept many third party camera options. The best part about the Fostex AR-4i Audio Interface is that it's easy to use. There is a dedicated, very simple app available on the App Store that gives you full control with your iPhone 4s. Once you have it downloaded, you have the opportunity to change your microphone setting, filters, equalization, and input level. The audio quality that you'll receive from the AR-4i is very versatile and is a fantastic option for your professional recordings. Now it isn't just for those who want to record for performances either; it is perfect for use for the use of Television and radio reporting. Good for performing live streams to the internet, or even recording in your home for your high quality home videos if you'd like to upload to different sites like YouTube or Vimeo. It is also a great accessory for if you regularly stream to Facebook, or Twitter, making your popular uploads have much better sound quality and looking much more professional. • Fostex Fostex AR-4i Audio/video/Mic Interface for iPhone 4, 4s iPod Touch 4G • Fostex AR101 USB Powered Audio Interface • Fostex AR101L Audio Interface with Lightening Connector For iPhone 5/6 • Fostex AR101L RED Audio Interface with Lightening Connector For iPhone 5/6 • Dekoni Audio Fostex TH900 Elite Sheepskin Replacement Memory Foam Ear Pad Set

 

• Fostex T20RP MK3 Professional Studio Open Back Headphones Refurbished B1 • Fostex T20RP MK3 Professional Studio Open Back Headphones Refurbished B2 • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer - OPEN BOX • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer -USED- • Fostex Audiophile TH900 TH-900 Premium Headphones Manufacturer Refurbished • Fostex Audiophile TH900 TH-900 Premium Headphones Manufacturer Refurbished • Fostex Audiophile TH900 TH-900 Premium Headphones Manufacturer Refurbished • Fostex TH-900 High-End Dynamic Type Headphones Japanese Lacquer - SHIPS FROM USA • Fostex T40RP MK3 Professional Studio Closed Back Headphones Refurbished B1 • Fostex T40RP MK3 Professional Studio Closed Back Headphones Refurbished B2 • Fostex T50-RP Hi-Fidelity Pro Headphones, Detachable/Lock Cable • Fostex T50-RP Hi-Fidelity Pro Headphones, Detachable/Lock Cable - REFURBISHED • Fostex T50RP MK3 Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex T50RP MK3 B1 Refurbished Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex T50RP MK3 B1 Refurbished Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex T50RP MK3 B3 Refurbished Professional Studio Headphones, Semi-Open • Fostex TH-500RP Orthodynamic Fully open Headphones • Fostex TH-600 Premium Reference Headphones • Fostex TH-600 Premium Reference Headphones - OPEN BOX • Fostex TH-500RP Orthodynamic Fully open Headphones - Manufacturer Refurbished • FOSTEX TH610 Premium Reference Headphone • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand - MANUFACTURER REFURBISHED • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand - MANUFACTURER REFURBISHED - B2 • Fostex TH900MK2 TH-900 MKII Premium Reference Headphones with Stand - MANUFACTURER REFURBISHED - B3 • Fostex TR-70 80 Ohm Open back Dynamic Professional Monitoring Headphones • Fostex TR-80 80 Ohm Closed back Dynamic Professional Monitoring Headphones • Fostex TR-90 250 Ohm Semi-Open back Dynamic Professional Monitoring Headphones FOSTEX • TH610 Premium Reference Headphone Refurbished B1